Phil Foden PGA Awards
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Phil Foden PGA Awards
A DOOR-WOMAN who twice knelt on a girl’s throat and choked her until the teenager feared she would die has been jailed.
Paul Foxall writes: He was one of the most underrated drivers in Formula One
Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
Amber Heard must officially pay Johnny Depp $10.35m (£8.43m) for damaging his reputation after the judge in their defamation trial filed a written order. On Friday, Judge Penney Azcarate made the jury's award official by entering a judgment order into the court record after a brief hearing in Virginia. The jury ruled in Depp's favour on all three of his claims relating to specific statements in the piece and found he should receive $10m (£8.14m) in compensatory damages.
As Pride month comes to an end, Scotland’s leading youth activist for LGBT rights, Amy Winter - who’s also a member of the Scottish Youth Parliament - talks to our Writer at Large Neil Mackay about what it’s really like to be a young LGBT person in Scotland today
Campaigners call for tougher regulations as white paper emerges, but reports suggest proposals are being watered down
The first yachts to make it all the way round the Isle of Wight will be honoured at a ceremony later this morning.
Talks focused on issues being discussed at the G7 summit, but Emmanuel Macron also raised his vision for a European political community.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau discuss the size of each other's private planes during a bi-lateral talk at the G7 Summit in Schloss Elmau, Germany.
England wicketkeeper Ben Foakes has tested positive for Covid-19, with Kent's Sam Billings taking his place for the remainder of the ongoing third Test against New Zealand, it was announced Sunday.
The deaths of at least 18 migrants on Friday during a mass attempt to cross from Morocco into a Spanish enclave took place at a pivotal time for often rocky relations between the neighbouring countries. Moroccan authorities said the disaster occurred after migrants attempted to breach a fence into the Melilla enclave, with some dying in a crush after what authorities called a stampede, and others falling as they climbed. Spain retained the enclaves of Melilla and Ceuta, which were previously colonial territories, after Morocco gained independence in 1956.
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell met Iran's top diplomat on Saturday after arriving in Tehran for talks on efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Afghanistan's Taliban rulers pledged on Saturday they would not interfere with international efforts to distribute aid to tens of thousands of people affected by this week's deadly earthquake.
Roe v Wade reversed | The US Supreme Court today overturned the landmark ruling that enshrined the right to abortion half a century ago. Almost instantly, abortion will be banned in 13 US states that have already introduced "trigger" laws designed to come into effect upon the throwing out of Roe v Wade. US editor Nick Allen explains what is likely to happen next. Daniel Capurro outlines six things we learned from the ruling. And US correspondent Jamie Johnson has the latest reaction.
Council chiefs cancelled a talk by Julie Bindel, the feminist writer, on protecting women from male violence because it contradicts their position on trans rights.
French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne said on Saturday she is backing a parliamentary bill to add abortion rights to the country's constitution. The move comes after the United States Supreme Court's decision on Friday to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling which recognized a woman's constitutional right to an abortion and legalized it nationwide. "For all women, for human rights, we must engrave this acquired right in stone," Borne wrote on Twitter.
Wimbledon: 5 key talking points ahead of this summer’s championships
Tens of thousands take to the streets for pride parades in Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Philippines and Ukraine.
Fire crews are currently dealing with a small fire on Port Meadow.
Boris Johnson joked about Vladimir Putin with fellow world leaders as they met at the G7 summit in Germany. The Prime Minister and Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau discussed the Russian leader and his history of being photographed without a shirt.